If you wondered what happened to the 3.0.15 release....
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Wed Jun 8 22:19:58 GMT 2005
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Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
| The amount of changes going into the 3.0 tree have
| inspired the next release version to be 3.0.20 (thus
| skipping 3.0.15 - 3.0.19). The rational is that managing
| a new branch such as 3.2.x doesn't really buy us
| anything but the overhead and headaches of managing
| more branches. Skipping a few patch numbers allows
| us to indicate the amount of changes going on and
| warn people about them.
| For this reason it is vitally important to test pre-releases
| and RC snapshots. ...
The new async winbindd has been merged from trunk
to SAMBA_3_0. As soon as we finish the print
migrator restore functionality, it will be time
for 3.0.20pre1. Jeremy's new AIO code will be
targeted for 3.0.2pre2.
Beyond that, we'll have to see what happens.
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